The aim of this course is to provide learners with knowledge and understanding about health issues associated with alcohol misuse.
Courses run over ten weeks and are scheduled to be delivered online and at Broomfield Hall:
EA Wednesday: 9/09/20 - 18/11/20
EB Thursdday: 3/12/21 - 25/02/21
EC Tuesday: 9/03/21 - 25/05/21
Course fees are: £177.50
There needs to be a minimum of five candidates enrolled for each course to start.
There are no specific entry requirements but candidates should have the literacy skills to read at a Level 2 standard.
There is one mandatory unit:
On this course you will calculate the units in different alcoholic drinks, understand the effects that alcohol use may have on others, and learn about the health issues associated with alcohol misuse. You will also find out about agencies offering help and information on alcohol misuse.
You will be assessed through completion of a workbook and an end-of-course presentation.
There are no additional costs but to access the online delivery you will need a stable wifi connection and your own laptop.
This qualification provides progression to other courses to study at DCG such as the:
Derby College offer sport, health and leisure facilities for public use. This includes fitness centre, sports hall and outdoor pitch hire plus lots more. Located at Broomfield Hall, Johnson Building and Mackworth.
Ever since school, Katy Morten had set her heart on becoming a personal trainer.
By the age of just 21, she had already achieved her career goal – thanks to a sport apprenticeship programme run by Derbyshire Dales District Council in partnership with Derby College. Having secured a full-time job as an instructor at Bakewell Swimming Pool,
Katy particularly enjoys helping people to reach their goals – whether it be weight loss or training for a particular sporting event.
I knew I could get nationally recognised qualifications more quickly on an apprenticeship – and having lots of work experience in the industry under my belt would stand me in good stead when looking for employment. Plus, who could argue with being paid to learn? There’s a real feel-good factor to my job – just knowing you have helped someone improve their lifestyle and become happier with themselves.